Delaware County Retailer Sells Winning $1 Million Powerball Ticket!

DELAWARE COUNTY, PA — The Pennsylvania Lottery announced a Powerball® ticket that paid $1 million was sold by a retailer in Delaware County, from the Saturday, May 13 drawing.

A $1 million win – the lucky ticket matched all five white balls, 3-15-20-23-46. The winning ticket was sold at Frank’s Steaks, 227 Main St., Darby, which earned a $5,000 bonus.

The identity of lottery winners remains a mystery until prizes have been claimed and tickets validated. For Powerball® winners in Pennsylvania, a grace period of one year from the drawing date allows ample time for prize collection. Tickets purchased from authorized Lottery retailers should carry the winner’s signature on the back. Meanwhile, online winnings become accessible to players once the claim has been processed. For further guidance regarding claims submission, kindly visit

In the PA Lottery Powerball® drawing, over 27,500 winning tickets were sold, with prizes ranging in various amounts. Of those, more than 6,800 tickets were purchased with Power Play®, and over 3,500 tickets were bought with Double Play®. It’s crucial for players to check each of their tickets diligently and consistently.

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